04-20-2011 12:13 AM - edited 04-20-2011 12:15 AM
Based on a quick search on T510i audio stutter and audio issues, am unable to find any audio stuttering issues on it. Also based on previous post there are some users who has the T410 with Intel GPU are not reporting any audio issues.
You could create a new post and on the T series thread and check with T510i owners and see if they are experiencing any audio issues.
New Nvidia drivers are uploaded on the site. Appreciate if you could test it .
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04-20-2011 03:47 AM
Regarding the graphix controller of T510i it sais:
"Intel 5 Integrated GFX with no power"
Intel HD Graphics Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0
So no problems are to be expected ?
04-20-2011 12:59 PM
It's even worse at my T410 2522PB7 i5 520, 4G RAM, 32bit Win7 Pro.
Online vedio application die more frequently.
Mucic swaping left and right more then before.
Latency is the same.
Still getting ' Display driver stopped responding and has recovered'.
I m going to restore old version driver now.
04-20-2011 05:55 PM
new drivers appear to be much better than old ones, but i haven't had an opportunity to test.
I will give the drivers a thorough test this weekend and report back. one thing that surprises me is how the lenovo drivers never have powermizer settings available? why is that?
I will test and see if these drivers are better than simply custom-installing other lenovo drivers.
04-21-2011 10:11 AM
OK, experienced strange behaviour now. Massive cursor lag and then system completely froze. I strongly suspect this new driver isn't any good. What's up with this Lenovo? The older driver did crash ocasionally but never locked up Windows.
04-21-2011 03:36 PM
I've had pretty good results with this driver on my lenovo (t410, i5 M560, 8 gb ram, 3100m, win7 64bit pro) however the driver still needs some work. Let me elaborate on my experiences:
I DJ with Native Instruments Traktor Pro 2 and external mixer connected through the powered usb slot
Pre driver install: lots of crackling, dropouts occured atleast every minute, CPU spikes every 20-30 seconds, then settles at about 40-50%
Post driver install: no crackling, dropouts occur about every 5 minutes or so, CPU resources remain low (less than 20%)
So once again, this is an improvement but it definitely still needs work as my 4 year old iMac (2.0 ghz core 2 duo, 1 gb ram) does not exhibit any drop outs or crackling.
Please contact me if you would like me to run any dianostics as I use the DJ software.